recitativo

noun
rec·​i·​ta·​ti·​vo | \ ˌre-sə-tə-ˈtē-(ˌ)vō \
plural recitativi\ ˌre-​sə-​tə-​ˈtē-​(ˌ)vē \ or recitativos

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First Known Use of recitativo

1662, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for recitativo

Italian

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